Let’s take a look at how the Indian women’s team has been preparing for the AFC Asian Cup since 2016
The Indian women’s football team is currently training for the AFC Asian Cup in Jharkhand, under the watchful eye of head coach Thomas Danaby. The Swede was handed over to the reins in August after the former coach Memorroki stepped down.
From Sushil Bhattacharya to Rocky in the 1970s, the former managers of the Indian women’s team were all Indians, and when the AIFF (All India Football Federation) Technical Committee decided it was best to use his experience, Danaby became the first foreign coach . Taking into account the upcoming 2022 Asian Cup in India, the interests of senior teams.
The former Nigerian national team coach mentioned that the goal of the Asian Cup is to reach at least the quarterfinals.
“We will make great efforts to enter the knockout stage, which means entering the quarter-finals. If we can do this, it will be a successful game for us,” he said in a recent media interaction. Said in.
However, he believes that the team must play at least 11 to 13 international games before the main event in order to enter the best form.
“It is very important for us to play 11-13 games before the start of the game (AFC Asian Cup). The Federation is trying to help us and we know the situation of Corona. For us, at least play before the start of the game 10 games are very important, we need to use different playing styles to play against different opponents,” Dannerby said.
“We need to play against some weaker teams to implement the offensive thinking, and (need) some matches with the same team. It is also important to find better opponents. They will help us speed up the pace of the game, decision-making, and pass. The ball and the catch and everything you need to do,” he said.
Over the past five years, the Indian team has flown around the world to participate in various exposure trips, participating in many international competitions such as the Kotif Cup, the Gold Cup, and the Turkish Women’s Football Cup. Let’s take a look at their performance on the international stage in the past five years.
|2016||South Asian Games||Maldives||0-0||painting|
|2016||South Asian Games||Sri Lanka||5-0||win|
|2016||South Asian Games||Nepal||0-0||painting|
|2016||South Asian Games||Bangladesh||5-1||win|
|2016||South Asian Games||Nepal||4-0||win|
|2016||SAFF Women’s Championship||Afghanistan||5-1||win|
|2016||SAFF Women’s Championship||Bangladesh||0-0||painting|
|2017||SAFF Women’s Championship||Nepal||3-1||win|
|2017||SAFF Women’s Championship||Bangladesh||3-1||win|
|2017||2018 AFC Women’s Asian Cup Qualifiers||North Korea||8-0||loss|
|2017||2018 AFC Women’s Asian Cup Qualifiers||South Korea||10-0||loss|
|2017||2018 AFC Women’s Asian Cup Qualifiers||Uzbekistan||7-1||loss|
|2017||2018 AFC Women’s Asian Cup Qualifiers||Hongkong||2-0||win|
|2018||Cotiff Cup 2018||Albacete Foundation||4-1||loss|
|2018||Cotiv Cup 2018||Levante||5-0||loss|
|2018||Cotiff Cup 2018||Morocco||5-1||loss|
|2018||Cotiff Cup 2018||Madrid CFF||1-0||loss|
|2018||AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers||Nepal||1-1||painting|
|2018||AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers||Bangladesh||7-1||win|
|2018||AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers||Myanmar||2-1||loss|
|2019 year||Golden cup||Iran||1-0||win|
|2019 year||Golden cup||Myanmar||2-0||loss|
|2019 year||Golden cup||Nepal||2-1||loss|
|2019 year||Turkey Women’s Cup||Turkmenistan||10-0||win|
|2019 year||Turkey Women’s Cup||Romania||3-0||loss|
|2019 year||Turkey Women’s Cup||Kazakhstan||0-0 (3-4 pens)||loss|
|2019 year||SAFF Women’s Championship||Maldives||6-0||win|
|2019 year||SAFF Women’s Championship||Sri Lanka||5-0||win|
|2019 year||SAFF Women’s Championship||Bangladesh||4-0||win|
|2019 year||SAFF Women’s Championship||Nepal||3-1||win|
|2019 year||AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers Round 2||Indonesia||2-0||win|
|2019 year||AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers Round 2||Nepal||3-1||win|
|2019 year||AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers Round 2||Myanmar||3-3||painting|
|2019 year||friendly||CF Athletic Casser||5-0||loss|
|2019 year||friendly||UD Alzira||1-0||win|
|2019 year||Cup||Villarreal CF U20||2-0||loss|
|2019 year||Cup||Bolivia B||3-1||win|
|2019 year||Cup||Spain U20||2-0||loss|
|2019 year||South Asian Games||Maldives||5-0||win|
|2019 year||South Asian Games||Sri Lanka||6-0||win|
|2019 year||South Asian Games||Nepal||1-0||win|
|2019 year||South Asian Games||Nepal||2-0||win|
|2021||Turkey Women’s Cup||Serbia||2-0||loss|
|2021||Turkey Women’s Cup||Russia||8-0||loss|
|2021||Turkey Women’s Cup||Ukraine||3-2||loss|